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PRESENTED BY 

Class of 1969 



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in 2012 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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strange new faces 
smiling faces 
welcoming faces 



1969 

stagecoach 



st mafcy's 

junior 

college 

Raleigh, 

noRth 

Carolina 




a thousand new faces 

to paste upon your memory 

A cademics 16 

A ctivities 36 

Organizations 54 

Personalities 90 





dedication 

Here at St. Mary's Dr. Richard G. Stone has served as a 
very willing and able president. During his twenty years 
of leadership Dr. Stone has been responsible for many 
new changes. Among these changes are outstanding fac- 
ulty members, a new library, new dormitories, and a 
language laboratory. These changes have greatly en- 
riched St. Mary's life. Within the last year Dr. and Mrs. 
Stone have moved off campus so that Stone House could 
be used as a dormitory. Soon their familiar faces will 
no longer appear in the dining room on Sundays be- 
cause Dr. and Mrs. Stone will be leaving St. Mary's. We 
regret to see them go, but we extend our deepest thanks 
and appreciation for many years of faithful service and 
loyal devotion. 






helping hands 
guiding hands 

new rules to acknowledge 
new pressures to meet 





singing voices 
teaching voices 



new happiness to find 
in a new way of living 





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questioning hearts 
loving hearts 




academics academics acade 





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Dr. Richard G. Stone President 





Miss Edith Richardson 
Dean of Students 



Mr. Robert C. Baird 
Chaplain 



18/administration 



administrative heads 

direct a variety of 
activities 





Miss Alice Ann Home 
Registrar 



Miss Frances Vann 
Bursar 




Miss Julia Jordan 
Purchasing Agent 




Dr. Chauncey L. Royster 
College Physician 



Jane L. Augustine 
Executive Alumnae Secretary 
L) Mrs. R. S. Winston 
R) Rosalie Hanley 
A. O. Assistant 





Miss Charity Moody 
Office Secretary 



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Mrs. Juanita Hamm 
Office Secretary 



Mrs. John Parker 
Switchboard Operator 



Mrs. Anne K. Harrington Office Secretary 




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Mrs. Hoyle F. Beam 
Bookstore, Post Office 



Mrs. Katherine P. Adams 
Housekeeper 



Mrs. Elizabeth Briggs 
Secretary to Dean 



Mr. Frank Brooker 
Cafeteria Manager 




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staff/ 21 




Mrs. Clarence E. Smith 

Mrs. Macy S. Upchurch 

Nurse 



22/staff 



with help of religion department, students learn 
more about religious concepts, past and present 




The Rev. R. C. Baird 

New Testament 





Religion has its roots outside of the classroom in our Chapel 



Mrs. W R Smith. Ill 
Old Testament 



religion/23 



chaucer and aeneid demand 
hard work in english courses 





Mr. John U. Tate, Jr. 
English 



Mrs. Robert Gunn 
English 




24/english 





Miss Nancy G. Walker 
English 





Mrs. Olivian Hobbie 
English 



Mrs. Anne E. Noe 
English 



Miss Pat Connelly 
English 



english/25 



amid forces, 

microscopes 

and test tubes, 

students apply 



scientific methods 




Miss Mary Oliver Ellington 
Biology 



Mrs. Frederick Fish 
Biology 



26/science 





Mr. Jamie King 
Chemistry 



science/27 




Mrs. Robert L. Gatling 
French 



Mrs. Hilary Aimers 
French 





Miss Marion J. Anderson 
Spanish 




Mr. Stanley J. Serxner 
Spanish 



28 /foreign language 



proficiency in foreign languages promotes 
international understanding 




Mrs. Harry Zepp 
Latin 




Mrs. J. Leroy Smith 
French 




Mrs. Renate Haddon 
German 



foreign language/29 




today's decisions are based 
on the events of yesterday 




Dr. Mabel Morrison 
World History, Psychology 



Mr. James L. Noel 
World History 







Mrs. Roberts F. Stoops 
American History 



30/history 




Miss Lucretia Kinnaird 
Sociology, Anthropology 




social science 
department shows 
students molding 
forces of society 




Mr. Donald Roberts 
American History. Government 



'68 mock Republican convention spurs enthusiasm lor politics 



social sciences/31 



principles of reason provide 

a foundation for logical 
thought 





Mrs. Richard W. Dosher 
Math 



Mrs. Michael W. Smith 
Math 




Mr. A. R. Lawrence 
Math 




games and athletic skills 
develop physical characters 



Mrs. William J. Bailey 
Dance 




Miss Margaret C. Duncan 
Hygiene, Physical Education 



An introduction to ballet is typical of the junior 
year. 



Miss Mary Louise Jones 
Physical Education 





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physical education/33 



music department 
encourages development 
of talent 




Miss Geraldine Cate 
Voice 




Miss Mary Ruth Haig 
Piano 




Mr. Michael Bulley 
Organ, Harmony 



Mr. Donald Peery 
Piano, Music Appreciation 



34/music 



self expression 
permeates art 
and drama 
productions 



Mrs. Ben F. Williams 
Art, History of Art 





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New talent experiments in art labs. 




Mrs. E. L. Stamey 
Drama, Speech 



art and drama/35 



activities activities activities 











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38/orientation 




orientation offers a 
preview of an exciting, 
challenging year 



Squeals of delight are heard over the campus 
at St. Mary's each September. The busy 
first week— the walk to the movies, the 
picnic, the Students-Faculty Tea, 
matriculation, the sing-in, and Miss R all 
make the life at St. Mary's a reality. 





orientation/39 






40/activities 



cultural entertainment 

enriches 

st. mary's life 



St. Mary's girls grew culturally through the 
presentation of various concerts during the 
year. The variety of the concerts captivated 
each and everyone of St. Mary's girls. Mary 
Godwin fascinated the lovers of Shakespeare 
with her portrayals of great Shakespearian 
women such as Lady MacBeth and Portia. 
Laughter filled all of those who watched Mr. 
Donald Roberts and his friend, Harvey, in the 
Drama Club's production of Harvey. Belief 
and doubt permeated the astonished audience 
who saw Mr. David Hoy demonstrate his 
power of extra sensory perception, and an 
excellent lecture on the world of Japan helped 
to increase our knowledge of a different 
culture. Other various inter school activities 
added interest to routine days such as outdoor 
chapel services and special group performances 
in the auditorium. All these plays, concerts, 
and special activities boosted the 1969 year. 








activities/41 



68-'69 may queen 




42/may day 



mary pride dark 




may day/43 



maid of honor — josie mccall 




44/may day 



Ann Harrell 
Edenton, N.C. 



Patncia Little 
Greensboro, N.C. 




4ary Morrison Pennington 
arboro, N.C. 



may day/45 



Emmy Sanders 
Wendell, North Carolina 



Julie Kirkland 
Richmond, Virginia 




Melanie Beall 

Lenoir. North Carolina 



Miriam Manning 
Williamston, North Carolina 



46/may day 



Wendy Soper 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Charlotte Terry 
Vero Beach, Florida 




Ann Mills 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



Liz Capehart 
Norfolk, Virginia 



may day/47 



we present a may day tribute to the alumni 




48/may day 




may day/49 



an end of a beginning 

and the attainment 

of a goal 

signify graduation 

accomplishment 





50 /graduation 




Each May brings another school year to a close, and the 
last day draws near. Proud parents and excited girls 
anticipate with great delight the coming events— a Glee 
Club concert, a play and step singing. The white 
handkerchief drops. Then with a tear in her eye and a 
smile on her face each girl waves her diploma saying 
"farewell", and all ends on graduation day. 




St. Mary's Junior College Library 



'raduation/51 



shrills of joy 

ring out 

the holiday season 



Excitement, happiness, and gaiety was every- 
where! Routine classes and homework became 
almost unbearable as those awaited holidays 
drew near and marking days off the calendar 
increased the anticipation of that last day. 
With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring 
Break came parties, sleep, homecooked meals, 
and skiing. These leisure times were truly 
welcomed with true St. Mary's spirit. 






52/holidays 







holidays/53 



organizations organizations c 





ORQAniZAtlO 




increased enthusiasm and 
leadership are initiated 
by '69 student government 




Through the Student Govenment Association St. Mary's 
students developed high ideals of citizenship, high ethical 
standards and firm moral integrity in all areas of campus 
life. Upon arrival each girl became an automatic member 
of the Association and committed herself to uphold the 
standards of St. Mary's through the Honor Code oath. 
The officers of the Student Government Association 
acted as a link between the students and faculty. 



President 
Mary Morrison Pennington 




Vice President 
Pridie Clark 



56/student government 




President of Day Students 
Martha Davis 








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Secretary 
Patricia Lilili 



Chairman of Hall Council 
Mary Douglass 



student government/57 




Voting is an important function of the Student Government 
Association. 





Assistant Secretary of Hall Council 
Sallv Thomason. 



Secretary of Hall Council 
Susan Summers 



Student elections are time consuming for both Patricia and Mary 
Morrison. 




58/student government 



leg body and honor 
board perform essential 
duties for students 



Within the Student Government Association were two 
vital organizations, the Legislative Body and the Honor 
Board. Through the Legislative Body students submitted 
signed petitions requesting the passage of new changes in 
Student Government or constitution rules. Honor Board 
representatives administered the honor code oath to 
students at the beginning of the year. After taking the 
oath students committed themselves to uphold St. Mary's 
honor system. 



Honor Board— Ann Reaves. Sue Willingham, Marv Morrison Pennington, Patricia Little, Dru Haley. 
Kack Harrison. 




Leg. Body— First Row: Susan Byars, Mattie Simmons, Louisa Rogers, Ekky Foss. Second Row: Mary 
Morrison Pennington, Sweetie Seifart, Mary Douglass, Kathryn Heath, Sealy Cross, Corinne Davidson 




Hall Council acted as a link between the 
Student Government Association and the 
students themselves. The Hall Council was 
made up of a Chairman. Secretary. 
Assistant Secretary, three day students, and 
two counselors from each hall. Through the 
Hall Council, offenses and regulations not 
under the authority of the Honor Board 
were carried out by the Disciplinary 
Committee. or the Minor Offense 
Committee. Counselors, who were selected 
at the end of the year, were responsible for 
helping new students to adjust and to 
advise them in their problems. 



hall council is an 
important link for student 
problems and activities 



Dougie and Susan agree that Hall Council is fun, even if it does require time and work. 





First floor West Rock listens attentively to counselor Beth Holder, right Jenny? 



60/hall council 




First Row: Ella Davies, Lynn Allran, Mary Morrison Pennington, 
Jo Betts Barrett, Christy Willis. Second Row: Mardy Gray, Beth 
Godwin, Jane Brown, Barbara Thompson, Patricia Little, Pridie 



Clark, Corinne Davidson, Vicki Barrow, Wendy Soper, Mary 
Douglass, Winnie Morris. 




First Row: Marian Wolff, Sarah Humphrey, Farley Wallace, 
Hayden Garges, Nancy Shumadine. Second Row: Marcia Myers, 
Katherine Heath, Polly Cozart, Sealy Cross, Sue Willingham, 



Jane Aycock, Laura Leslie Powell, Susan Foltz, Bonnie Bowen, 
Beth Holder, Josie McCall, Doris Stiegman, Sally Woodroof. 




First Row: Sally Thomason, Suzy Rapp, Teresa Rhodes, Frances 
Gilliam. Kathy Cherry. Second Row: Beth McLean, Susan 



Summers. Vaughan Earle, Angie Thomas, Suzanne Ellis, Susan 
Taylor, Josie Peoples, Frances Gordon. Cille Keedwell. 



hall council/61 



Altar Guild: Ann Herman, Josie Peoples. 
Frances Gordon. 




Choir— First Row: Mathilde Duffy. 
Ene Williamson, Ann Doster, 
Mary Nevitt Sims. Cynty 
McAlister. Mary Regester. Second 
Row: Ann Reaves, Rosie 
Hammond. Barbara Houghton, 
Pam DeVere, Dru Haley, Corinne 
Davidson, Carol Redding. Liza 
McConnell. 




Vestry— First Row: Polly Cozart, 
Corinne Davidson. Amy Carr. 
Second Row: Christy Willis, Ann 
Highsmith, Walker Holmes. Third 
Row: Sherri Graham, Suzanne 
Green, Ella Davies, Marian Wolff, 
Mr. Baird 




62/choir, vestry, altar guild 




Acolytes— First Row: Dodie Wilbur, Donna David, Ann Sebrell, Teresa 
Rhodes, Sally Thomason, Robbie Wall, Kathy Cherry, Sally Breeden, 
Beth Godwin. Second Row: Sarah Colton, Jane Aycock, Lynne 



Turlington, Judy Bowers, Peggy Gnswold, Pam DeVere, Sealy Cross, 
Sally Tomlinson. 





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assistants to st. mary's 
chapel receive 
rewarding experiences 



Considered as a center of school life the 
Chapel was served by many loyal students. 
Through such positions a's acolytes and 
crucifers, students carried the cross, took part 
in the offertory, served at Holy Communion 
and lighted the candles. Through the Altar 
Guild students were able to participate in the 
care of the chapel. Students gave their musical 
abilities through the Choir. As a newly 
organized part of the Chapel the Vestry tried 
to bring more students into actual 
participation of the service. Special programs 
at Thanksgiving and Christmas helped to 
achieve this goal. 



Crucifers: Susan Byars, Marty Eskridge, Frances Gordon, Mary Morrison Pennington, 
Sue Willingham. 



acolytes & crucifers/63 



the circle continues 
to strengthen the 
unity of st. mary's 



Midnight walks throughout the year, blue rings and ex- 
treme secrecy described the order of the Circle. The Circle, 
a most esteemed organization, recognized girls from the 
college department who were strong promoters of good 
school spirit and good relationships between students 
and faculty. As a symbol of unity, the Circle demanded 
that its members bring all phases of St. Mary's life to- 
gether. This year's Circle included Suzanne Ellis, Presi- 
dent, Jane Aycock, Secretary. Susan Foltz, Treasurer, 
Sealy Cross, Mary Morrison Pennington, Susan Summers, 
and Vicki Barrow. During the year several other mem- 
bers were chosen including Kathy Cherry, Patricia Little, 
and Sally Thomason. 





St. Mary's Circle stone, located by Holt dorm, is the center of the 
induction ceremony- 



White hooded robes provide the traditional spirit of Circle inductions. 



64/circle 



throughout the year the 
beacon honors outstanding 
freshmen and sophomores 



As an organization based on honor, the Beacon recognized 
high school students who demonstrated such qualities 
as humbleness, responsibility and thoughtfulness of others. 
Most especially these girls worked towards achieving a 
sincere love for St. Mary's and loyalty to its beliefs. 
This year's Beacon members, which included Cynty 
McAlister, President, Marty Eskeridge and Salley Breeden, 
carried out such projects as working as hospital aides 
and selling St. Mary's seals. In December two new mem- 
bers, Clyde Williams and Pam DeVere, were inducted. 




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President: Cvnty McAlister 




Beacon: Marty Eskridge. Cynty McAlister. Salley Breeden. 



beacon/65 



st. mary's activities 
are led by marshals 



Led by Mardy Gray the Marshals acted as St. Mary's 
official representatives. Marshals were selected from the 
rising senior class by the Student Body. Among their 
duties the Marshals checked roll in assembly, ushered at 
concerts, acted as hostesses for the Faculty-Student Tea, 
led the students in and out of the chapel before and after 
services, and participated in Graduation exercises. This 
year's Marshals included Mardy Gray, Chief Marshal, 
Anne Holcomb, Wendy Soper, Frances Gilliam, Josie 
McCall, and Ann Harrell. 




What did you say about assembly attendance. Wendy? 




Marshals— Anne Holcomb; Wendy Soper; Ann Harrell; Mardy Gray, Chief; Josie McCall; Frances 
Gilliam. 



66/marshals 



fire chief, dance marshals, 
assembly chairman plan 
various school activities 



Leaders of special activities included the Fire Marshal, 
Dance Marshals, and Assembly Chairman. As Fire Chief, 
Vicki Barrow and her assistants supervised several fire 
drills during the year. From each class a girl was selected 
to act as dance marshal. These four girls worked together 
with the freshmen to put on the Freshman-Sophomore 
Dance in February. Twice a week as Assembly chairman, 
Frances Gilliam planned programs throughout the year 
for the students and faculty. 





Assembly Chairman: Frances Gilliam. 



Fire Marshals— Sitting: Ella Davies. Standing: Polly Cozart; Winnie 
Morris; Vickie Barrow, Chief; Sally Woodruff; Laura Leslie Powell. 



Dance Marshals— First Row: Lindsey Owens. Holly Foss. Second 
Row: Olivia Grimes. Farley Wallace. 




assembly chairman, dance marshals, fire marshals/67 



alumni and student 
interests on campus 
are expressed by 
granddaughters 



St. Mary's alumnae are represented by the 
Granddaughter's Club. Its members are girls whose 
mothers or grandmothers have attended St. Mary's. This 
year's projects included a tea for the alumnae and the 
selling of address books. Through the involvement of 
each granddaughter, the alumni association comes closer 
to both students and parents. 




Officers-First Row: Dockery Roberts, Project Chairman; Patti Graves, 
Sec: Louisa Rogers, Project Chairman. Second Row: Miss Jane 
Augustine, Alumni Executive Sec; Cynty McAlister, V.P.; Katherine 
Hunter, Pres.; Woody Bobbitt. Treas. 




Junior Granddaughters— First Row: Sylvia Newell, Woody Bobbit. 
Dockery Roberts. Olivia Grimes, Jean Dillard. Dan Davis. Sydnev 
Phelps, Chappie Gass, Laura Lee Spencer, Anne Doughty, Liz 
Capehart, Patti Graves. Mary Regester. Second Row: Boyde Gregory, 



Jane Goodson, Lucy Gilliam, Beth Coltrane, Laura Saunders, Florence 
Spruill, Lucy Traxler, Rack Harrison, Sally Tomlinson, Walker Holmes, 
Sweetie Seifart, Margaret McLean, Nancy Eldridge, Ainslie Maxwell. 
Beth Rogers. Binnie Bartow, Hellen Whitener. Marv Vance. 



68 /granddaughter's club 




Sophomore Granddaughter— Standing: Patricia Moore, Debbie Cornwall, 
Laura Norris, Louisa Rogers, Cynty McAlister, Margaret Wellons, 
Lillian James, Martha Langley, Amy Carr, Judy Bowers. Sitting: Rosie 
Hammond, Ann Reaves, Bek Hinkle. 



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Freshmen Granddaughters— First Row: Marsh Shook. Second Row: Coot 
Ellison. Third Row: Ann Highsmith, Emily Dockery, Ekky Foss. Fourth 
Row: Rives Taylor, Peaches Rankin, Holly Foss. 




Senior Granddaughters— First Row: Anne Graham, Sally Simpson, Ann 
Herman, Jane Maupin. Second Row: Joan McNair, Helen Alford, 
Bonnie Bowen, Ella Davies, Beth Godwin. Third Row: Julie Badger, 



Frances Gordon, Josie Peoples, Mary Williams. Joslin Schwartz. Fourth 
Row: Betsy Burleson, Paula Edmunds, Frances Gilliam, Katherine 
Hunter. 




benevolence 

and goodwill mark 

the ywca 



The Young Women's Christian Association promotes 
good Christian purposes and works. Members of the 
YWCA assist the blind and make frequent visits to Dix 
Hill. Through its projects the YWCA extends help and 
service to many individuals. At Thanksgiving cans of 
food were collected from the student body and 
distributed to needy persons. Christmas spirit was 
enhanced by carols sung at various institutions. Much is 
given by the YWCA to brighten the lives of others. 





President: Mary Nevitt Sims. 



It's Christmas and time for carolling for YWCA members. 




Hayden Garges, Sara Jane Hargrave. Judy White, Betts Carpenter. Sidney Phelps. Betty Parham. 
Debbie Lynch, Marcia Myers, Debbie Boyde, Liza McConnell. Ann Highsmith. Anne Reaves. 



70/ywca 




YRC Officers: Joslin Schwartz, Pres.; Meb Brinson. V.P. 

election year encourages 
party politics and campaigns 




YDC Officers: Anne Keller. Pres.; Louise Powe, V.P.; Lillian James, 
Treas.; Amy Carr, Sec. 



Yes, Nixon's the one for '68, as all YRC members agree. 




Party spirit and volunteer work show that St. Mary's 
students are vitally interested in the politics of federal 
and state governments. Through the Young Republicans 
Club and the Young Democrats Club students have the 
opportunity to become involved in political opinions. 
Members spent many hours at the party headquarters in 
Raleigh working for their favorite candidates last fall. 
From these various activities YRC and YDC members 
have broadened their horizons about politics and the 
election processes. 



Plans for students to view election returns are made by the YDC. 




interested students 
assist st. mary's 
administrative organizations 



Students who were school assistants played a little 
recognized but vital part at St. Mary's. They helped St. 
Mary's to function efficiently. All throughout the campus 
their faithful work was evident. These students did such 
work as operating the switchboard or language 
laboratory, serving meals in the cafeteria, totaling 
laundry expenses, checking permissions for over nights 
and counting class cuts. These girls deserved great thanks 
and appreciation for all their kind service. 




Language Lab: Mary Nevitt Sims. 



Miss R's Assistants: Anne Graham, Ann Cooper, Ellie Bruno, Bonnie Bowen. 




72/student assistants 




Library Assistants: Carlean Moser, Suzanne Green, Pam DeVere. 




Switchboard Operators: Joslin Schwartz, Dm Haley, Susan 
Taylor, Adele Moore, Shen Graham. 



Cafeteria Workers: Jane Semple and Marilee Hall, Head. 







student assistants/73 



creativity through 
literary writings 
characterize the muse 



Expression of a student's thoughts and ideas 
through poetry, prose, and art work create the 
Muse, St. Mary's literary magazine. This year's 
publications came at Christmas and in the 
spring, each issue creating imagination and 
stirring thoughts in each student. This year's 
controversial themes and unique issues show 
increased interest in modern creative writing. 




Editor: Ruth Shuping. 



Sitting: Debbie Cornwell, K-Cee Colburn, Louisa Rogers. {Catherine Hunter. Ann Sebrell, Ruth 
Shuping. Standing: Ann Reaves, Bev Kreiser, Lynne Dunstan. 





Belles: Editors— Firs! Row: Susan Taylor; Jane Aycock, Editor; Louisa 
Rogers. Second Row: Sweetie Seifart; Doris Steigman; Mathilde Duffy; 



Vaughan Earle; Sally Thomason; Cynty McAlister; Meredith Nelmes, 
Assistant Editor; Dru Haley; Frances Gordon. 



controversial editorials 
draw interest to 
this year's belles 



Members of the student body who are interested in 
journalistic writing contribute to the Belles, the school 
paper. This paper, with articles of school life and events, 
is published and distributed twice a month and 
subscribed to by the alumnae, parents, and friends of the 
school. Each year there are special Christmas, May Day, 
and Graduation issues giving emphasis to the exciting 
events. 




Even the Belles can stimulate Dons' interests in current events. 



belles/75 



new room, camera and 
summer trip boost 
stagecoach efficiency 



Editor Beth Godwin and Assistant Editor Kathy Cherry finally get their 
last deadline in. 







76/stagecoach 



Early planning of the 1969 Stagecoach began in the 
previous summer when Editor Beth Godwin and 
Assistant Editor Kathy Cherry visited the American 
Yearbook Company in Cambridge, Maryland to learn 
about new ideas for copy and layouts. September 
brought a staff eager to work in their new Stagecoach 
room and to take "behind the scene" candids with the 
Stagecoach's newly purchased camera. Additional pages 
of this year's book provided more coverage of school 
activities. Throughout the year members hurry and scurry 
to meet deadlines often wondering if they will ever get 
through. But, finally after long hours and staff dedication, 
the '69 Stagecoach was presented in a special May 
assembly. 



Business Manager Michele 
Donovan and assistant, Jane 
Wood, seem pleased with their 
financial success. 





Editors— First Row: Marsh Pulley. Susan 
Taylor, Anne Graham. Rack Harrison. 
Dockery Roberts. Second Row: Mary Vance. 
Ellie Bruno, Betsy Burleson. 




A record number of ads were 
solicited by the Stagecoach 
business staff. 



stagecoach/77 





First Ron 1 : Susan Jones, Mary Newman, Louise Badham, Chappie Gass. 
Second Row: Anne Graham, Patsy McLaurin. Helen Alfred. Third Row: 
Julie Badger, Mathilde Duffy. Lou McMichael. Fourth Row: Martha 
Davis, Jane Blackmore, Kathy Hamby. Fifth Row: Anne Cooper, 
Stannie Farrish. Bonnie Ward. 




trained voices create 
excellence in glee club 



Under the direction of Miss Geraldine Cate the Glee 
Club demonstrated a great enthusiasm for group singing. 
Through their participation Glee Club members 
developed an appreciation of music. During the year the 
group's performances included concerts at Christmas, in 
the Spring and at Commencement. A particular aspect of 
the Spring concert was the participation of a men's 
group. Occasionally the Glee Club performed in 
community programs. 



First Row : : Scottie Uzzell, Sandra Piver, Lark Hayes. Second Row: Ann 
Slaughter, Marshall' Perry, Sarah Chamblee. Third Row: Josie Peoples, 
Susan Austin, Kathy West. Fourth Row: Cathy Carstens. Susan Ballard, 
Anne Keller. Fifth Row: Helen Whitener, Kim Brady, Jackie Mooney. 
Sixth Row: Debbie Horton, Jennie Wright, Marcia Myers. Seventh Row: 
Jane Cheshire, Kathy Fenters, Judy Scarborough. 



Glee Club Officers-iosie Peoples, Pres.; Ann Keller. V.P.; Kathv 
Fenters. Sec. 




78/glee club 



new and old rules are combined 

to make the '70 handbook 




First Row: Bonnie Jones, Ann Doster, Angela Buckley. Second Row: Debbie Lynch. Laura Graham. 
Missy Ogle. Third Row: Lillian James, Rosie Hammond, Corinne Davidson. 




Chairman Conine Davidson selected two 
girls from each class to work with her on 
the St. Mary's Handbook. Toward the end 
of the year Conine and her committee 
met to merge new rules with old rules, 
discarding any useless ones. As a result 
of the committee's efforts, new girls re- 
ceived the Handbook before coming in 
September. A current handbook is always 
available to the students and faculty. 



Chairman: Corrine Davidson 



handbook/79 



sigma-mu is a booster 
of school spirit 



Through a group effort the Sigmas and Mus, St. Mary's 
athletic teams, promoted school spirit. New girls joined 
the two teams by a special Sigma-Mu tapping ceremony. 
Students supported Sigma-Mu as cheerleaders and 
spectators. Throughout the year Sigmas and Mus 
competed against each other in various sports. The 
winner of the prized plaque was determined by the 
largest number of points gained. In basketball season 
girls from both the Sigma and Mu groups composed a 
team which played Meredith, Carolina and Peace. 



Sigma Officers: Nancy Biggs, Pres.; Lisa Penny, V.P. 





Mu Officers: Marty Eskridge, V.P.; Connie Johnson, Pres. 




Those track shoes and megaphone must bring victory! 



80/sigma mu 




Letter Club— First Row: 
Lisa Penny. Mary 
Douglass. Sue 
Willingham, Susan Foltz. 
Second Row: Connie 
Johnson, Marty Eskridge. 
Clvde Williams. 



Sigma Cheerleaders: Mallery 
Knee. Gayle Cantrell, Betty 
Lyn Gower, Marilee Hall. 
Louise Powe. Gail Wickham, 
Martha Davis. Chief. Betsy 
Burleson. Sally Bo Andrews. 
Diane Wyatt. Lisa Partnck. 
Nan Wilson. 




Mu Cheerleaders: Jane Fisher. Dida Turner, Jane Wood. Laura Norris, Kaye Wetmore. Grace Irby. 
Susan Dodd, Woody Bobbitt, Lillian James, Kai Lambeth, Michele Donovan. Julie Badger, Chief. 





Tennis Club-First Row: Nancy Biggs, Marty Eskridge, Mary Morrison 
Pennington. Lucy Harrison. Jo Ann Peacock, Sally Burn. Absent, Kack 



Harrison. Second Row: Louise Powe, Ann Parrish. Ann Lennon, Connie 
Johnson, Martha Grundy, Sue Willingham. Mary Douglass. 



forehand, backhand are 
important to tennis club 



Under the coaching of Miss Lou Jones, the Tennis Club 
encourages girls with advanced skills to play and 
promotes good sportsmanship through team effort. 
Tryouts are held at the beginning of every year; the final 
selection of members is at the start of the second 
semester. In the spring the team competes in singles and 
doubles against Peace, Meredith, Carolina, and Salem. 



Come on and go over! 





Jo Ann. is that the newest backhand stroke? 



thrills under "big top" highlight sea saints' year 




Shapes in the pool create artistic effects. 








Excellent opportunity for advanced swimmers to further 
their swimming techniques is provided by Sea Saints, the 
water ballet team. Each member is chosen by her ability 
to execute precision and timing in the performance of 
stunts. During the year the group conducts the Sigma-Mu 
swimming meet and helps the faculty with swimming and 
gymnastics. The highlight of this year was the 
performance of a water show, "The Circus", put on for 
the students, faculty, and public. 



First Row: Jean Dillard, Sydney Phelps, Debbie Frank, Bek Hinkle. 
Dockery Roberts. Second Row: Suzanne Green, Sweetie Seifart, Anne 
Holcomb, Martha Langlev, [Catherine Heath. Third Row: Beth Foster. 



sea saints/83 




Caparettes: Christy Willis, Mary Burhoe. Lynne Dunstan, Judy Biggers, Stannie Farish, Joslin 
Schwartz, Ruth Shuping, Cille Keedwell. 




High-kicking Caparette goblins entertain at Halloween 
assembly 



caparettes become 
high kickers 



Heel! Toe! The Caparettes tap energetically 
across the stage. President Christy Willis leads 
St. Mary's tap dancers through many hours of 
diligent practice. During the year the 
Caparettes put on performances at Halloween, 
Christmas, and May Day. 

84/caperettes 



President: Christy Willis 






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Carolyn Coughenour, Julia Barfield, Susan Byars. 




Susan Lutz, Gayle Cantrell, Becky Tuttle, Allison Davis. 
Debby Horton, Laura Holloway. Susan Summers. 




grace and beauty fill 
movements of orchesis 
members 



Advanced dancers improved their skills through Orchesis, 
St. Mary's ballet group. Under the direction of Mrs. 
Doris Bailey the members of Orchesis exhibited the 
artistic qualities of ballet in an assembly at Christmas 
and in the production of the May Day festivities. New 
members were chosen by their ability in classical and 
modern dance. 




President: Laura Hollowav. 



orchesis/85 



harvey is real 
for dramatics club 



Under the leadership of President Jo Betts 
Barrett members of the Dramatics Club 
learn that besides good acting many other 
factors such as make-up, costumes, lighting 
and directing work together to produce a 
successful play. Anyone who is interested in 
the theatre can participate in St. Mary's 
dramatic productions. During this year the 
Dramatics Club put on two plays, one at 
Thanksgiving, Harvey, and other at 
Graduation. 




Officers: Bacot Wright. V.P.; Jo Betts Barrett, Pres. 




Dramatics Club— First Row: Billie Mace. Betsy Burleson. Bev Kreiser. 
Ellie Bruno, Charlotte Terry, Marty Eskridge, Ann Reaves, Jo Betts 
Barrett. Second Row: Debbie Boyd, Karen Connelly, Jenny Wiggins, 



{Catherine Hunter, Mardy Gray, Stannie Farrish. Bacot Wright. Third 
Row: Dee Dee Kendrick, Nancy Snow, Dottie Scardon, Rosie 
Hammond, Jane Fisher. 



86/dramatics club 




Harvey play practice takes time, 
dedication, and hard work. 




dramatic excellence 
rewarded by 
saint genesis 



Kneeling: Jo Betts Barrett. Sitting: Mr. Weiner, Mr. Roberts, Standing: Bacot Wright. Mary Burhoe. 




Within the Dramatics Club is St. Genesis, the honorary 
dramatic society. The selection of members is based on 
character, co-operation, dedication, scholastic achievement, 
and contribution to the theater. St. Genesis's membership 
includes Mary Burhoe, Jo Betts Barrett, and Bacot 
Wright. Honorary members are Mr. John U. Tate and 
Mr. Donald Roberts. 



Lighting effects are perfected by Jo Betts 
Barrett and Mary Burhoe. 



Those white faces could scare any new St. Genesis inductee. 




moroccos, bongos, and a tub 
keep cold cuts playing 





A tamberine sounds and Beth Holder shouts "May 



We are proud of these, our original seven Cold 
Cuts. 



It's that time again. All over the campus moraccas 
shake, bongos sound, spoons clatter, and seniors 
sing. Seniors are trying out for Cold Cuts, St. 
Mary's washtub band. Several times this year 
President Barbara Thompson and her Cold Cuts 
group selected new members. Throughout the year 
the Cold Cuts performed for school assemblies, 
fraternities, and civic programs in the Raleigh area. 
In the Spring seven new Cold Cuts were chosen 
from the Junior class to carry on the Cold Cuts 
sound. 




President Barbara Thompson truly enjoys plucking 
her traditional tub. 



88/cold cuts 




"Cold Cuts, Cold Cuts, get 'em from your butcher man . . .! 






Ann Parrish loves those Cold Cuts! 



Ann Sebrell, Cille Keedwell. and Ruth 
Shuping! 



Corinne Davidson loves those fraternity 
parties! 




These are our Cold Cuts for '68-'69: Ann Harrell, Pam Fellos, Ruth Shuping, 
Barbara Thompson, Ann Sebrell. Beth Holder. Bacot Wright. Cille Keedwell, 
Kay Wetmore, Jane Brown, Ann Parrish, Paula Edmunds, and Corinne 
Davidson. 



cold cuts/89 



personalities personalities pep 




personalities 




senior class 




President 
SEALY CROSS 





Vice President 
BETH McLEAN 



Treasurer 
SUZY RAPP 



Secretary 
JULIE BADGER 






JANE AYCOCK 

Raleigh. N.C. 



VERNA ATTMORE 

Washington, N.C. 



DEBBIE AYSCUE 

Monroe, N.C. 




94/seniors 




KIT ABBITT 

Winter Park, Fla. 





ANNA ANDREWS 



Columbia, S.C. 



JUDITH ALEXANDER 

Charles Town, W.Va. 




HELEN ALFORD 

Charlotte, N.C. 



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seniors/95 




JO BETTS BARRETT 

Greenville. N.C. 



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SUSAN BALLARD 



Greenville, S.C. 



GAYLE BANNER 

Kingsport, Tenn. 




96/seniors 



ALISON ANDERSON 



Houston, Texas 





VICKI BARROW 

Morehead City. N.C. 





NANCY BIGGS 

Raleigh, N.C. 



KERR BLACKWELL 

Oxford. N.C. 



TERRY BLACK 

Charlotte. N.C. 




seniors/97 





DEBBIE BOYD 

Mount Olive, N.C. 



SUSAN BRASWELL 

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High Point, N.C. 




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BONNIE BOWEN 

Tifton, Ga. 




98/seniors 





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JANE BROWN 

Greenville, Del. 



CATHY BROOKS 

Elberton, Ga. 




FRAN BRITT 

Severn, N.C. 



seniors/99 





CATHY CANADAY 

Benson, N.C. 



BETSY BURLESON 

Arlington, Va. 




MARY BURHOE 

Bumsville, N.C. 



ELLIE BRUNO 

Cayce, S.C. 



100/seniors 






RETTA CARR 

Danville, Va. 



PRIDIE CLARK 

Fayetteville, N.C. 



JEANNIE CANNON 

Charleston, S.C. 




KATHY CHERRY 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 




seniors/ 101 




ELLA DAVIES 

Florence, S.C. 





JEFF CROSS 

High Point, N.C. 




ROSS DAVIS 

Clarksville, Va. 



CORINNE DAVIDSON 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



102/seniors 




CHRISTY WILLIS 

Naples, Fla. 



seniors/ 103 




MARTHA DAVIS 

Raleigh. N.C. 



DOUGIE DOUGLASS 

Columbia, S.C. 




MICHELE DONOVAN 

Raleigh, N.C. 



ELOISE DUBOSE 

Columbia, S.C. 




104/seniors 




PAULA EDMUNDS 

Halifax, Va. 



CARMEN ELLIOTT 

Raleigh, N.C. 





KATIE ELLISON 

Greensboro. N.C. 




SUSANNE ELLIS 

Mobile, Ala. 



seniors/ 105 





DORIS STIEGMAN 



Vienna, Va. 



BARBARA THOMPSON 

Charlotte, N.C. 



ANNE GLENN 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 



HAYDEN GARGES 

Atlanta, Ga. 



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106 /seniors 





WENDY SOPER 

Atlanta. Ga. 



BETH HOLDER 

Charlotte, N.C. 



MATHILDE DUFFY 

New Bern, N.C. 




seniors/ 107 



MARDY GRAY 

Whiteville. N.C. 




FRANCES GORDON 



Durham. N.C. 



108/seniors 




BETH GODWIN 

Greensboro, N.C. 




VIRGINIA GOTHERMAN 

Charlotte. N.C. 



ANNE GRAHAM 

Edenton, N.C. 





VIRGINIA GODWIN 

Dunn. N.C. 



seniors/ 109 




LUCY HARRISON 

Charlotte. N.C. 



KATHRYN HEATH 

Charlotte. N.C. 



KATHERINE HUNTER 

Danville, Va. 



DEBBIE HORTON 

Raleigh, N.C. 






ANNE HOLCOMB 

Spartanburg. S.C. 




LUCY HOLLIS 

Badin, N.C. 



NANCY HELMS 

Raleigh, N.C. 



ANN HERMAN 

Greensboro, N.C. 








seniors/ 1 1 1 




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CILLE KEEDWELL 

Emporia, Va. 





VARA JOHNSON 



SUSAN JOHNSON 

Greensboro, N.C. 



Kinston, N.C. 



CONNIE JOHNSON 

Fuquay Varina, N.C. 




! 12 /seniors 



BONNIE JONES 

Beaufort. S.C. 



DEE DEE KENDRICK 

Lenoir, N.C. 





GENIE HUTCHESON 

Chase City, Va. 



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seniors/ 1 13 




SUSAN FOLTZ 

Raleigh, N.C. 



PAM FELLOS 

Charlotte, N.C. 




1 14/seniors 




FRANCES GILLIAM 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



BETH FOSTER 

Bluefield, W. Va. 





KAY KRAMER 

Raleigh, N.C. 




PATRICIA LITTLE 

Greensboro, N.C. 



PAM LOKEY 

Raleigh, N.C. 




seniors/ 1 15 





DEBBIE LYNCH 

Atlanta, Ga. 



LENNA LOVELAND 

High Point. N.C. 




GAIL LYBROOK 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 



1 16/seniors 






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JOAN MacNAIR 

Raleigh, N.C. 



JANE MAUPIN 

Raleigh. N.C. 



ASHLEY MAWYER 

Sanford, N.C. 



JANE MILBRATH 

Elizabeth City, N.C. 





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WINNIE MORRIS 

Fayetteville. N.C. 



ELLEN MYERS 

Charleston, S.C. 



JOSIE McCALL 

Baltimore. Md. 




118/seniors 




MARCIA OUZTS 

Lumberton. N.C. 



MEREDITH NELMS 

Kinston, N.C. 



MARCIA MYERS 

Washington, N.C. 





seniors/ 1 19 




ANN PARRISH 

Winston-Salem. N.C. 



MARSHALL PERRY 



Wise, N.C. 





JOSIE PEOPLES 

Warrenton. N.C. 



]20/seniors 





MARY MORRISON PENNINGTON 

Tarboro, N.C. 



SUNNY PASSMORE 

Atlanta, Ga. 



SUE NORTON 

Newark, Del. 




seniors/ 121 





LUCIA QUINN 

Georgetown, S.C. 



LAURA LESLIE POWELL 

Oxford, N.C. 



KAREN PHILLIPS 

Charlotte, N.C. 



122/seniors 



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ANN SEBRELL 

Charlotte, N.C. 



TERESA RHODES 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 



JOSLIN SCHWARTZ 

Sanford, N.C. 



CAROL RENGER 

Albemarle, N.C. 





seniors/ 123 



SALLY SIMPSON 

Wiiliamston, N.C. 





BECKY REID 

Suffolk. Va. 



JO ROSS 

Richmond. Va. 



124/seniors 





MARIE SHARPE 

Raleigh, N.C. 

SARAH HUMPHREY 

Columbia, S.C. 

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NANCY SHUMADINE 

Norfolk. Va. 



MARY OLSON 

Columbia, S.C. 






SUSAN SIMPSON 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 



RODDIE SNYDER 

Norfolk, Va. 



SUSAN SUMMERS 

East Point. Ga. 




126/seniors 







MARY NEVITT SIMS 



Atlanta, Ga. 



SUSAN TAYLOR 

Staunton, Va. 





ANGIE THOMAS 

CAROL SOUTHARD Etizabethtown, N.C. 

Winston-Salem. N.C. 




seniors/ 127 




JANE TOMS 

Martinsville. Va. 




DEE DEE WALTON 

Palm Beach. Fla. 





FARLEY WALLACE 

Shelby. N.C. 



128/seniors 




SALLY THOMASON 

Fayetteville. N.C. 



SUSAN VOORHEES 

Morehead City, N.C. 





RUTH SHUPING 

Greensboro, N.C. 



KARYL THOMAS 

Burlington, N.C. 




seniors/ 129 




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KATHY WEST 

Statesville, N.C. 



SUSAN WARD 

Raleigh, N.C. 




CATHY WELLS 

Wilmington. N.C. 




KAY WETMORE 

Raleigh, N.C. 



130/seniors 





JUDY WHITE 

Jarratt, Va. 



BEV WHITE 

Charlotte, N.C. 



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MARY WILLIAMS 

Candor, N.C. 




seniors/ 131 



JENNY WRIGHT 

Augusta. Ga. 



BACOT WRIGHT 

Greenville, N.C. 





MARIAN WOLFF 

Atlanta, Ga. 




132/seniors 




SUE WILLINGHAM 

Rome, Ga. 



SALLY WOODROOF 

Greensboro, N.C. 




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RUTH WOOTEN 

Kinston, N.C. 



seniors/ 133 



st. mary's student body selects eight 




MARY DOUGLASS 



FRANCES GILLIAM 



PATRICIA LITTLE 



PRIDIE CLARK 



134/outstanding seniors 



outstanding seniors for 1968-69 




POLLY COZART 



MARY MORRISON PENNINGTON 



SUSAN SUMMERS 



SEALY CROSS 



outstanding seniors/ 135 



junior class 




t. 



Susan Jean A nderson 
Ahoskie. N.C. 



Mary Miles A ndrews 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Nancv Love Andrews 
Goldsboro.N.C. 



Mary Emily A ustin 
Albemarle, N.C. 



Julia Wesketl Barfield 
Wilmington, N.C. 





Virginia Lee Barnard 
Frankfort, Ky. 



Anne Lister Barnwell 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Carolyn Strother Barret 
Hazard. Ky. 



Elizabeth Dinford Bartow 
Fairfax, Va. 



Jeannie Burke Ballade 
Winchester. Va. 






Carole Jordan Beasley Catharine Hunter Betty 

New Bern, N.C. Asheville, N.C. 



Julia Catherine Bikers Susie Rogers Bizzell 

Charlotte, N.C Kinston, N C. 



Jane Lee Blackmore 
Warsaw, N.C. 




Mary Wood Bobbin 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Susan Victoria Bowles 
Shelby, N.C. 



Mary Kimberly Brady 
Morehead City, N.C. 



Susan Elizabeth Brandt 
Riegalwood, N.C. 



Laura Jorgann Bullard 
Greensboro, N.C. 



juniors / 137 




Anna Poole Burgwvn 
Woodland, N.C 



Jan Elizabeth Burnette 
Florence. S.C. 



Susan Whitehead Bvars 
Dunedin, Fla. 



Sherwood Odum Bvrd 
Raleigh, N.C. ' 



Constance Clarke Campbell 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 





Gayle Meredith Cantrell 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Elizabeth Ruth Capeharl 
Norfolk. Va. 



Anne Betts Carpenter 
Richmond, Va. 



Elinor Lane Carson 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Cathrvn Jane Carslens 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Donna Marea Cavton 
New Bern, N.C. 




"I'll be ready in five minutes.' 



Sarah Vaughan Chamblee 
Waverly, Va. 



138/juniors 






Jacqueline Lee Chapped 
Clarksville, Va. 



Jane Efhmd Cheshire 
Eiiand,N.C. 



Jennie Taher Clarkson 
Columbia, S.C. 



Krisline Sherwood Co/burn 
Wichita, Kansas 



Elizabeth Lee Coltrane 
Madison, N.C. 




Martha Karen Connelly 
Morganton.N.C. 



Carolyn George Coughenour 
Winston-Salem. N.C. 



Cecelia Ann Courtney 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Helen Mardre Cowper 
Windsor, N.C. 



Sarah Jane Craig 
Ballwin, Mo. 




Mary Constance Darby 
Vidalia, Ga. 



Donna Jo David 
Columbia, S.C. 



Allison Louise Davis 
Savannah, Ga. 



Dana Alexander Davis 
Omaha, Neb. 



Judith Elizabeth Denning 
Benson. N.C. 




Harriet Fountain Dill 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Jean Navassa Dillard 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Marguerite McPheeters Dixon 
Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 



Susan Elizabeth Dodd 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Anne Eleanor Doster 
Lancaster, S.C. 



juniors/ 139 




Anne Weston Doughty 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



Lucia DeWolfe Drury 
Greensboro, N.C. 




Brookie Olive Dunn 
Benson, N.C. 



Alice Lvnne Dunstan 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 



Douglas Wheeler Durden 
Richmond, Va. 




Jeanne Elizabeth Edwards 
Montgomery, Ala 



Patricia Diane Edwards 
Seaboard, N.C. 



Nancy Ellen F. Eldridge 
Orange. Va. 



Marion Ward Everett 
Plymouth, N.C. 



Stanford Ann Farish 
Wake Forest, N.C. 




Virginia Markev Farmer 
Lexington, N.C. 



Barbara A nn Fearnev 
Gainesville, Ga. 



Kathrvn Elwyne Fenters 
Florence, S.C. 



Camilla Jo Fisher 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Deborah Jane Fisher 
Greenwood, S.C. 






Diane Randolph Fletcher 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



C happell Anderson Gass Judith Woodsum Gentry 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Richmond, Va. 



Nancy Lynn Gheesling 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Lucy Cooper Gilliam 
Henderson, N.C. 



140 /juniors 







Carroll Tohev Gilmore 
Baltimore, Md. 



A lice Jane Goodson 
Winston. N.C. 



Betty Lvnn Gower 
Grifton N.C. 



Laura Li%on Graham 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Sharon Lee Graham 
Charlotte, N.C. 





Patli Ruhelle Graves 
Washington, N.C. 



Suzanne Green 
Tazewell, Va. 



Bovd Thorne Gregory 
Weldon. N.C 



Olivia Russell Grimes Margaret Momenta Griswold 

Washington, N.C. Norfolk. Va. 





Manha Dean Grundy 
Houston. Texas 





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Drucilla Galewood Haley 
South Boston. Va. 



juniors/ 141 




Jane Eastman Hall 
Charleston, W. Va. 



Pamela Sue Harris 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Katharine Curtis Harrison 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Barbara Jean Hartley 
Willingboro, N.J. 



Lvdia A lice Haslam 
Charlotte. N.C. 





Myrtle Ward Havens 
Tarboro.N.C. 



Lark Teresa Hayes 
Wilmington. N!C. 



What a time to set a headache! 




Marian Elizabeth Hicks 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Nancy Anderson Hines 
Danville. Va. 




Patricia Ann Holder 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Laura Lee Holloway 

Richmond, Va. 



Anne Keene Holmes 
Cola, S.C. 



Frances Walker Holmes 
Fayetteville. N.C. 



A delaide Burke Horton 
Statesville. N.C. 



142/juniors 



Barbara Lynn Houton 
New Bern, N.C. 



Helen Kevan Johnson. 
Petersburg, Va. 



Susan Ash ford Jones 
New Bern, N.C. 



Agnes Lee Joyner 
Farmville, N.C. 



A nne Davidson Keller 
Smithfield.N.C. 






Emily Wilson Kilpatrick 
Robersonville. N.C. 




Julia Elizabeth Kirkland 
Richmond, Va. 





Empty again! I didn't want any anyway. 



A Ima Mallerv Knee 
Charlotte.'N.C. 



Dana Whitley Knight 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 




Mary Seibels Lanier 
Montgomery. Ala. 



Sara Gilmore Lennon 
Lumberton, N.C. 



Susan Wynn Lulz 
Greensboro. N.C. 




Billie Mace 
Beaufort. N.C. 



Ainslie Pickney Maxwell 
Williamsburg. Va. 



juniors/ 143 




Barbara A rmstrong Miller 
Ahoskie, N.C. 



Janet Mason Miller 
Martinsville, Va. 



Marshall June Miller 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Ann Taylor Mills 
Raleigh. N.C. 



A dele Petigru Moore 
Raleigh. N.C. 





Margaret Lee Moore 
Columbia, S.C. 



Sarah Catherine Morrison 
Gulf Breeze. Fla. 



Elizabeth Ann Morton Margaret deRossett McLean Dorothy Louise McMichael 

Birmingham. Ala. Fayetteville, N.C. Madison. N.C. 





A nita A nne McNulty 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Svlvia Green Newell 
Williamston, N.C. 



Mary Lei^h Newman 
Siler City, N.C. 



Marie Andrews Ourednik 
Newport News, Va. 



Betty Howell Parham 
Atlanta, Ga. 




Rachel McCanless Perry 
Windsor. N.C. 



Harriet Dean Phelps 
Middletown, R.I. 




Sydney Anne Phelps 
Lumberton. N.C. 



Louise Banks Powe 
Durham. N.C. 



Marshall Spears Pully 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



144 /juniors 




Representative hall meeting? 




Marv Ruffin Reeester 
Richmond, Va. 



Elizabeth Ruffin Roberson 
Tarboro.N.C 



Marv Dockerv Roberts 
Chapel Hill. N.C. 




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A nna Pierce Robinson Virginia Miller Rodgers 

Greensboro. N.C. Greenwood. S.C. 




Lillian Lochrane Rudolph Sydney Washington Soger Emma Lou Sanders 

Atlanta, Ga. Danville. Va. Wendell. N.C. 



Laura Meredith Saunders 
Plymouth. N.C. 



Joan Taliaferro Savage 
Richmond. Va. 



juniors/ 145 





Judith Leigh Scarborough Harriette Whitner Seifart 

Raleigh, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. 



Jane Starke Semple 
Camden, S.C. 



Margaret Rebecca Shinn 
Gaffney, S.C. 




Mattie Ashburn Simmons Dorothy Graham Skardon 

Tarboro, N.C. Walterboro, S.C. 




Jenifer Page Smith 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Marjorie Cleaves Smith 
Goldsboro, N.C. 





Virginia Christie Smith 
Spartanburg, S.C. 



Laura Lee Spencer 
Lynchburg, Va. 



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!46/juniors 






Florence Estelle Spruill 
Chase City, Va. 



Kathrvn Gray Squires 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Gloria Lyn Stapleton 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Deborah Ruth Stephenson 
Red Springs, N.C. 



Carolyn Elizabeth Stevens 
Riehton, Miss. 




Mary Craig Stewart 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Mary Taylor Strange 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Margaret Collins Stukes 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Frances Anne Suthers 
Roanoke, Va. 



Sarah Richardson Taylor 
Asheville, N.C. 





Elizabeth Stanworth Thumm 
Norfolk, Va. 



Sally Sutton Tomlinson 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Lucy London Tra.xler 
Greenville. S.C. 



Barbara Massie Tunstall 
McKenney. Va. 



Rebecca Linn Turtle 
Springfield, Ohio 




Florence Carter Lerch Twitty 
Spartanburg, S.C. 



Jane McFarland Upton 
Troutman, N.C. 



Martha Scott Uzzell 
Black Mounain. N.C. 



Mary Currell Vance 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Gay Shawn Vandiver 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



juniors/ 147 



Phyllis Pal ion Van Lear 
Charlottesville. Va. 



Susan Robertson Wall 
Asheville, N.C. 



Sandra Jove Walser 
Charlotte. N.C. 



Sara Frances Wallers 
La Grange, N.C. 



Louise Elizabeth Watkins 
Orlando. Fla. 




A nn Elizabeth Welfare 
Snow Hill, N.C. 



Betsv Freeman Wharton 
Goldsboro.N.C. 



Dona Norwood Whitehurst 
Greenville. N.C. 



Helen Louise Whitener 
Hickory, N.C. 



Laura Lee Whitener 
Gastonia, N.C. 




Jennifer Lawrence Wiggins Theodora Bonnell Wilbur 

Wilson. N.C. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 




Joanne Marie Wilkins Catherine Bradley Wilkinson A line Conard Williamson 

Raleigh. N.C. Charlotte," N.C. Columbia. S.C. 




Julie Beth Wilson 
Cary, N.C. 



Mildred Frances Wilson 
Wilson, N.C. 



Jane Allen Wood 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Carol Jean Woods 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Courtenay Marshall Young 
Charlotte. N.C. 



148 /juniors 




Would you believe? No more Saturday classes! 




Even the broom closet assumes an intellectual atmosphere when Emily 
enters. 



Holt girls add their two-bits to Mary's conversation. 





White Elephants never forget and neither will Sue! 



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sophomore class 



PAM DE VERE 
President 




SUSAN AUSTIN 
Secretary 



AMY CARR 

Vice-President 



MARILYN KIRKLAND 
Treasurer 








150/sophomores 





Susan Gael A ustin 
Orange. Va. 



Julia Barbara Bowers 
Jackson, N.C 



Laura Salley Breedert 
Bennettsville, S.C. 



Anne A mis Brew'e 
Raleigh. N.C. 



Patricia A nn Budden%a%en 
Raleigh, N.C. ' 





Amy Winston Carr 
Durham. N.C. 



Deborah A very Cornwell 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Pamela Erskine DeVere 
Morganton, N.C. 



Sylvia Ann Ed^erton Martha Porter Eskrid^e 

Charlotte. N.C. Greensboro, N.C. 





Mary Lee Hall 
Belmont, N.C. 



Kathleen Cecile Hamby Rosalie Hazlehurst Hammond Patricia Carol Harvard 

Raleigh. N.C. Cartersville, Ga. Pittsboro, N.C. 



Mary Rebekah Hinkle 
Greensboro. N.C. 





Lillian Duer James 
Hamlet, N.C. 



Beverly Hale Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Deborah Mason Johnson Marilyn McPherson Kirkland Beverly Karen H Kreiser 
Raleigh. N.C. South Hill. Va. White Stone. Va. 



sophomores/ 151 



Martha Roberta Langlev Charlotte Llewellyn Latham 

Kinston, N.C. Bethel, N.C. 



Mary Catherine Legget 
Tarboro. N.C. 



Cynthia Vaughn McAlister Corinne Pate McLaurin 

Fries, Va. Rowland, N.C. 





Miriam Blount Manning 
Williamston, N.C. 



Martha Wilson Mathias 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Nancy Barrett Milliken 
White Marsh, Va. 



Patricia A nn Moore 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Carlean Heidi Moser 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 





Laura Twittv Norris 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Julia Bvnum Parsons 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Lisa Karen Penny 
Raleigh, N.C. ' 



Susanne Lvles Reaves 
Monmouth' Beach, N.J. 



Sarah Louisa Rogers 
Washington, D.C. 




Elizabeth Wells Romeneck 
APO San Francisco, Calif. 



Sara Elizabeth Senter 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Susan Elizabeth Simpson 
Rocky Mount, Va. 



Ann Laughlin Slaughter 
Reedville, Va. 



Charlotte Ness Terry 
Vero Beach, Fla. 



152/sophomores 



Margaret Lvnne Turlington Margaret Elizabeth Wellons Dorothy Gail Wickham 

Clinton, N.C. ' Smithfield, N.C. Tarboro.N.C. 



Lucy Clyde B. Williams 

' Raleigh, N.C, 



Melissa Leigh Williamson 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Sue Lane Winstead 
Kilmarnock, Va. 



Dianne Houston Wvatt 
Raleigh, N.C. 






Watcha waiting for Freddie'' 



Well, what do you expect? 



sophomores/ 153 



freshman class 




PEACHES RANKIN 
President 



DELL PARKER 

Vice President 



JO ANN PEACOCK 
Secretary 




SALLIE BO ANDREWS 
Treasurer 




Sal/ie Boren Andrews 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Marv Melanie Beall 
Lenoir. N.C. 



Carolyn Louise Bennett 
Burlington. N.C. 



Marv Rives Brown 
Martinsville. Va. 



Sallie Duncan Burn 
Jacksonville, Fla. 





Frances Imo^ene Capehart 
Windsor, N.C. 



Jo A nn Capps 
Jacksonville, N.C. 



Deborah Adrienne Cline 
Salisbury, N.C. 



Sallv Lawson Dillard 
South Boston, Va. 



Emily Cheshire Dockerv 
Rockingham, N.C. 





Corinne Lewis Ellison 
Columbia, S.C. 



Helen Crenshaw Foss 
Chevy Chase. Md. 



Olive Echols Foss 
Spartanburg, S.C. 



Deborah Louise Frank 
Ahoskie, N.C. 



Elizabeth Marshall Gardner 
Fayetteville, N.C. 





Kathleen Lone, Graham 
Raleigh.N.C. 



Allison Jane Hall 
Raleigh.N.C. 



Rebecca Ransom Hannah 
Concord, N.C. 



Elizabeth Lee Hennessee 
Raleigh.N.C. 



Ann Cameron Hi^hsmith 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



freshmen/ 155 




Grace Walker Irby 
Raleigh, N.C. " 



Katherine Leigh Johnston 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Pamela Jean Johnston 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Joyce Virginia Kilpatrick 
Smithfield.N.C. 



Katherine Leigh Lamberth 
High Point, N.C. 






Judith Anne Lawrence 
Raleigh. N.C. 



Margaret Wilson Lucas 
Kinston, N.C. 



Page Campbell Manly 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Louise Otto Monte Margueritv Pearson Morrow 

New Bern, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. 






Eliza Riggs McConnell 
Southern Pines, N.C. 



Miriam Colev McDonald 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Mary Melissa Ogle 
Moraga. Calif. 



Beverly Lynn Palmer 
Youngsville, N.C. 



Laura Dell Parker 
Woodland, N.C. 




Louisa Cullar Partrick 
Wadesboro, N.C. 



Jo Ann Peacock 
Goldsboro.N.C. 



Lila Saunders Rankin 
Gastonia, N.C. 



Linda Carol Redding 
Asheboro, N.C. 



Melissa Lemuel Sanders 
Holly Springs, N.C. 



156/freshmen 



Karen Saunders Shepard Mary Martha Shook Mary Elizabeth Stoneburner 

Smithfield, N.C. Guayama, Puerto Rico Burlington, N.C. 



Barbara Rives Taylor 
Raleigh, N.C.' 



Barbara A vent Thompson 
Raleigh. N.C. 




Ann Merrick Turner 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Jane Lyn Weaver 
Martinsville, Va. 



Nancy Whilehurst Wilson 
' Raleigh, N.C. 



Martha Susan Wood 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Leonita Yates Worth 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Freshmen are catching on! 



Who's your friend, Ekky? 



freshmen/ 157 



MILDRED ELIZABETH BRINSON 
YRC 3. V.P. 4; YWCA 3; Dramatics Club 4. 

FRANCES LORRAINE BRITT 
Muse Staff 3, 4; YDC 4. 



'69 senior class 



CATHERINE MARGARET ABBITT 
Granddaughters' Club 3. 4; Mu 3, 4; YRC 4. 

HELEN ANNE ALFORD 
YWCA 3; YRC 3, 4; Belles Staff 4; Muse Staff 4; Glee Club. 



MARY ALLISON ANDERSON 



Sigma-Mu 3, 4. 



ANNA FINCH ANDREWS 
Muse Staff 3, 4; Belles Staff 4. 



CATHERINE THOMPSON BROOKS 
YWCA 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; YRC 4. 

JANE CAMPBELL BROWN 
Counselor 4; YWCA 3; Cold Cuts 4; May Day 3, 4. 

ELEANOR WILSON BRUNO 
YWCA 3. 4; Stagecoach Staff 3. 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Dean's Ass't. 4; 
Counselor 4. 

MARY WENDELL BURHOE 
Caperettes 3, 4; St. Genesis Pres. 3, member 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; 
Lights 4; YWCA 3. 

ELIZABETH ALDRICH BURLESON 

Dramatics Club make-up 3. 4; May Day Music Director 3; Sigma 
Cheerleader 3. Ass't Head 4; YRC 4; Stagecoach Staff 4; 
Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Fall Play 4. 



JANE BEAMAN AYCOCK 
Dramatics Club 3, 4; Granddaughters' Club 3. 4; Belles Staff 3, Editor 
4; Circle 3, 4; YDC 4; Hall Council member 4. 

DEBBIE AYSCUE 
YDS 3; YRC 4: Dramatics Club 4; YWCA 3. 

JULIET HARRIS BADGER 

Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Mu Cheerleader 3, Head 4; YDC 3; Glee 
Club 3. 4; Belles Staff 4; Stagecoach 4; Sec. Sr. Class 4. 

EMILY SUSAN BALLARD 
Sigma-Mu 3, 4; YWCA 3; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

GAYLE ANNE BANNER 
May Day 3. 

JO BETTS BARRETT 
Sigma-Mu 1, 2. 3, 4; Muse Staff 1. 2; YWCA 1. 2: Drama Club 2, Sec. 
3. Pres. 4; Leg. Body 3; Sec. of Soph. Class 2; St. Genesis 4; Counselor 
4. 



CATHERINE ELIZABETH CANADAY 
Glee Club, Ensemble 3; YRC 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

JEANNIE HEYWARD CANNON 
YWCA 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. 

HENRIETTA SKINNER CARR 
Muse Staff 3, Art Editor 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

KATHARYNE COBB CHERRY 

Altar Guild 3; Stagecoach Staff 3, Ass't. Editor 4; Acolyte 4; Circle 4; 
YWCA 3; May Day 3; Counselor 4. 

MARY PRIDE CLARK 

Honor Board 3; May Court 3. Queen 4; V.P. of Student Body 
Association 4; Dramatics Club 4; Outstanding Sr. 4. 

SARAH PRINCE COLTON 

Acolyte 3, 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; YWCA 3; Chairman of 
Concert Receptions 4; Cold Cuts 4. 



VICKI LYNN BARROW 
Dramatics Club 3; Tennis Club 3; Counselor 4; Fire Chief 4; Circle 4; 
Vestry 4. 

NANCY ELIZABETH BIGGS 

Granddaughters' Club 3. 4; Sigma Pres. 4; Letter Club 3, 4; Tennis 
Club 3, 4; Handbook Comm. 3; YRC 4; Sec.-Treas. of Day Students 4. 

TERRY LYNN BLACK 
YWCA 3, 4; YRC 4; Mu 3. 4. 



MARIA KERR BLACKWELL 



Counselor 4. 



BONNIE RYLANDER BOWEN 
Sigma-Mu 3; Granddaughters' Club 3. 4; Niles Medal 3; Pres. of Sr. 
Dorm 4; Counselor 4. 



MARTHA ANNE COOPER 
Glee Club 3, 4; Voice Certificate 4; N.C.S.U. Orchestra 3. 

PAULINE HOLT COZART 
Dance Marshal 3; YWCA; Dramatics Club V.P. 3. 4; Sigma-Mu 3. 4; 
Stagecoach Staff 3: Warden of Vestry 4; Counselor 4; Belles Staff 4; 
Outstanding Sr. 4. 

EUGENIA SEALY CROSS 

Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Pres. of Jr. Class 3; Pres. of Sr. Class 4; leg. Body 3, 4; 
Letter Club 3, 4; Circle 3. 4; Acolyte 4; Nomination Committee for 
College Pres. 4; Outstanding Sr. 4; Counselor 4. 

OSEY CORINNE DAVIDSON 
Hall Rep. 3; Choir 3. Pres. 4; Sigma-Mu 3. 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 
4; Counselor 4; Leg. Body 4; Handbook Editor 4; Vestry 4; Cold Cuts 
4. 



DEBORAH ELIZABETH BOYD 
YWCA 3, 4; Altar Guild 3; Sigma-Mu 3. 4; Dramatics Club 4; 
Counselor 4. 



ELLA OLSEN DA VIES 
Counselor 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. 4; Fire 
Marshal 4. 



SUSAN COX BRASWELL 



May Court 3; YDC 4. 



JANE ROSS DAVIS 
Sigma-Mu 3, 4; YWCA 3. 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Altar Guild 3, 4. 



158/sr. statistics 




MARY FRANCES GILLIAM 

Treas. of Jr. Class 3; Granddaughters's Club, Project Chairman 3, 
member 4; May Day 3; Outstanding Sr. 4; Assembly Chairman 4; 
Counselor 4; Marshal 4. 

MARGARET ANNE GLENN 
Muse Staff 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Altar Guild 3. 4; May Day 3. 

ELIZABETH EVE GODWIN 

Stagecoach Staff 3, Editor 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Altar Guild 3; 
Counselor 4; Acolyte 4. 

FRANCES HAMMOND GORDON 
Belles Staff 3, 4; Crucifer 3, Head 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Vestry 
4; Counselor 4; Altar Guild Chairman 4. 

VIRGINIA COLLINS GOTHERMAN 
YWCA 3; Dramatics Club 3. 

ANNE CAMERON GRAHAM 
Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Belles Staff 4; Stagecoach Staff 4; Glee 
Club 4; Vestry 4; Hall Rep. 4; Ass't. to Dean's Office 4. 

MARGARET TOCCOA GRAY 

YRC 3, 4; Chief Marshal 4; Counselor 4; Cheerleader 3; May Court 3, 
4; Circle 4. 

SARA JANE HARGRAVE 
Stagecoach Business Staff 3; YWCA, Sec-Treas. 4; YRC 4; Dramatics 
Club 4. 

BEVERLY ANN HARRELL 
May Day 3, Court 4; Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Marshal 4; Cold Cuts 4; 
Dramatics Club 4. 



MARTHA ELLEN DAVIS 
Sigma Cheerleader 3, Head 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Pres. of Day Students 4. 

MARY HEYWARD DOUGLASS 

Handbook Committee 3; Letter Club 3. 4; Tennis Club 3; Sigma-Mu 3, 
4; Chairman of Hall Council 4; Counselor 4; Outstanding Sr. 4. 

ELOISE HAMPTON DUBOSE 

Leg. Body 3; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Muse Stan" 3, Ass't. Editor 4; 
YRC 4. 

MARY MATHILDE DUFFY 
Glee Club, Librarian 3, member 4; Choir 3, 4; Muse staff 3, 4; Belles 
Staff photographer 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4. 

HARRIETT VAUGHAN EARLE 
Sigma Cheerleader 3; Belles staff 3; Art Editor 4; Muse staff 3, 4; YRC 
3: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Hall Rep. 3; Counselor 4. 

PAULA CARRINGTON EDMUNDS 
Dramatics Club 3, 4; Granddaughters's Club 3, 4; May Day 3; Cold 
Cuts; Children's Theatre Helper 4; YRC 4. 

SUZANNE MARTIN ELLIS 
Circle 3, Pres. 4; Counselor 4; Drama Club 4; Sigma-Mu 4. 

{CATHERINE ANNE ELLISON 
Dramatics Club 3; Altar Guild 3; YMCA 3; Cold Cuts 4. 

SUSAN CAROL FOLT 
Letter Club 3, Pres. 4; Sigma-Mu 3, 4; YRC 4; Hall Council member 4; 
Circle 4. 



LUCY LEA HARRISON 
Glee Club and Ensemble 3; Ass't. to Dean's Office 4. 

KATHRYN SHELTON HEATH 

Sea Saints 3, Sec-Treas 4; Sec of Leg. Body 4; Counselor 4; Belles 
photographer 4. 

NANCY ELLEN HELMS 
Stagecoach Business Staff 3; Belles Staff 3,4; Dramatics Club 3, 4: YRC 
4. 

ELIZABETH ANNE HOLCOMB 
Acolyte; Sea Saints 3, 4; Marshal 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

ELIZABETH SIMMONS HOLDER 
Counselor 4; Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Cold Cuts 

LUCY TURKS HOLLIS 
Muse Staff 3, 4; Belles Staff 4; YRC 4. 

DEBORAH ELLEN HORTON 
Glee Club 3. 4; YRC 3, 4; Orchesis 3, Sec-Treas 4; Stagecoach Staff 3, 
Ass't Business Manager 4; Traffic Committee 4. 

SARAH HELEN HUMPHREY 
YWCA 3; Counselor 4. 

ELIZABETH LESLIE FOSTER 
Sea Saints 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Dramatics 
Club 4. 

EVELYN HAYDEN GARGES 
Muse Staff 3, 4; YRC 3, 4; Counselor 4; YWCA 4. 



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KATHERINE HILL HUNTER 
Granddaughters' Club 3, President 4; Muse Staff 3, 4; YWCA 3; 
Dramatics Club 4. 



EUGENIA HARDY HUTCHESON 



YWCA 3. 



CORNELIA UTLEY JOHNSON 
Dramatics Club 3. 4; Tennis Club 3, 4; Sigma-Mu Pres. 3, 4. 

SUSAN HOLLINGSWORTH JOHNSON 
Tennis Club 3; YRC 4. 

MARIAN BOINEAU JONES 
Vestry Committee 4; Acolyte 4. 

LUCILLE LAND KEEDWELL 
Caperettes 3, V.P. 4; Counselor 4: Cold Cuts Sec.-Treas. 4. 

PATRJCIA ANNE LITTLE 
YWCA 3; Altar Guild 3; Counselor 4; Sec.-Treas. Student Govt. 
Association 4; Dramatics Club 4; May Court 4; Outstanding Sr. 4; 
Circle 4. 

PAMELA ANNE LOKEY 
YDC 3, 4; Belles Staff 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Stagecoach 4. 

LENNA LU LOVELAND 
YWCA 3, 4; Belles Staff 4. 

GAIL ELIZABETH LYBROOK 
YWCA 3; YRC 3. 

DEBORAH SPEER LYNCH 
YRC 3. 4: Stagecoach Staff 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Handbook Committee 4 

JOAN CAMERON MacNAIR 
Attended UNC-G 3; YDC 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4. 

JANE STUART MAUPIN 
Belles Staff 3; YRC 3, 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

KATHERINE ASHLEY MAWYER 
YRC 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

JOANNE ELIZABETH McCALL 

Marshal 4; Counselor 4; May Court Maid of Honor 4. 

ELIZABETH BULTMANN McLEAN 
Stagecoach Staff 3; Dramatics Club 3. 4; Muse Staff 4; Counselor 4; 
V.P. of Sr. Class 4. 



MARTHA JANE MILBRATH 



Hall Rep. 3. 



WINIFRED GRANGER MORRIS 
YWCA 1. 2; Altar Guild 2; Muse Staff 2: Counselor 4; Fire Lieutenant 

4. 

MARCIA MYERS 
Counselor 4; YWCA 3. V.P. 4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. 



MEREDITH COWPER NELMS 
Stagecoach Staff 3; Nominating Committee for Student Govt. 
Association; Belles Ass't Editor 4. 

MARY KATHRYN OLSON 
YWCA 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; YDC 3. 

MARCIA LYNN OUZTS 
YRC 4; Dramatics Club 4; YWCA 3. 



160/sr. statistics 



ANN PASCHAL PARRISH 
Tennis Club 3, Pres. 4; YDC 3; Dramatics Club 4; Cold Cuts 4 

ISABELL STUART PASSMORE 
Sec. Jr. Class 3; Sigma-Mu 3; YRC 4. 

MARY MORRISON PENNINGTON 
Letter Club 3, 4; Tennis Team 3; Honor Board 3; Crucifer 4; Pres. 
Student Govt. Association 4; Counselor 4; Circle 3, 4; May Court 4; 
Outstanding Senior 4; Cold Cuts 4. 

JOSEPHINE HASKINS PEOPLES 
Altar Guild 3; Glee Club 3, Pres. 4; Ensemble 3; Granddaughters' Club 
3, 4; Chairman of Flower Committee 4; Counselor 4. 

OLIVE MARSHALL PERRY 
Glee Club 3. Librarian 4. 



WENDY JEAN SOPER 
Alatar Guild 3; Marshal 4; Dramatics Club 4; Counselor 4; May Court 
4; Fire Marshall 4. 

CAROL LEIGH SOUTHARD 
YWCA 3; Dramatics Club 3. 4; YRC 4. 

DORIS ANNE STIEGMAN 
Counselor 4; Sigma-Mu 3. 4; Belles Staff 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. 4. 

SUSAN LYNN SUMMERS 
Counselor 4; Sec. Hall Council 4; Orchesis 3, 4; Circle 4; Outstanding 
Senior 4; Glamour Fashion Rep. 4. 

SUSAN JANE TAYLOR 
May Day 3; Belles Staff 3. Subscription Ed. 4; Stagecoach Typing Ed. 4; 
Counselor 4. 



SANDRA ROY PIVER 
YRC 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 



ANGELYN KORNEGAY THOMAS 

Counselor 4; Belles Staff 4. 



LAURA LESLIE POWELL 
YWCA 3, 4;, Counselor 4; YRC 4;; Dramatics Club 4. 

LUCIA REID QUINN 
Choir 3; YWCA 3, 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Current Politics Club 
3; Vestry 4. 

SUZANNE CAROLINE RAPP 

Counselor 4; Belles Staff 4; Treas. of Sr. Class 4; Circle 4 

REBECCA JANE REID 
Dramatics Club 3, Sec. 4; Belles Staff 3, 4; YRC 4. 

CAROL KAY RENGER 

Dramatics Club 3, 4; YRC 3, 4. 

TERESA BRYAN RHODES 

YRC 3, 4; Sigma-Mu 3; Counselor 4; Vestry 4; United Fund Chairman 
4; Belles Staff 4. 

JOSEPHINE BALDWIN ROSS 
YWCA 3, 4; Stagecoach Staff 3. 

LUCILLE JOSLIN SCHWARTZ 

Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Caperettes 3, 4; YRC V.P. 3, Pres. 4; 
Sigma-Mu 3; Dramatics Club 4; Switchboard 4. 

ANN BELL SEBRELL 
Hall Rep. 3; Acolyte 3, 4; Muse Staff 3, Chairman Critic Staff 4; 
Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Cold Cuts 4; Letter Club 4. 

CAROLYN MARIE SHARPE 

School Store and Post Office Ass't. 3; Belles Staff 4. 

NANCY BURGESS SHUMADINE 
YRC 3; Stagecoach Staff 3; counselor 4. 

RUTH HAMPTON SHUPING 

Muse Staff 3, Editor 4; Caperettes 4; Cold Cuts 4. 

SALLY FREEMAN SIMPSON 

Granddaughters' Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

SUSAN BEAUGAIRE SIMPSON 
YRC 3. 4; Belles Staff 4. 



SARA MARGARET THOMASON 

Counselor 4; Ass't. Sec. Hall Council 4; Belles Staff 4; Circle 4; Acolyte 
Chairman 4. 

BARBARA ANN THOMPSON 
Dramatics Club 3, 4; YRC 3, 4; Counselor 4; Cold Cuts Pres. 4; Vestry 
4. 

SUSAN CHADWICK VOORHESS 
Choir 3; YWCA 3; Altar Guild 3. 

FRANCES FARLEY WALLACE 
Sr. Class Offices 4; V.P. of Sr. Dorm 4; Muse Staff 4; YDC 4; Dramatics 
Club 4; Counselor 4; Cold Cuts 4; Dance Marshal 4. 

JOSEPHINE HALL WALTON 

Dramatics Club 3, 4. 

CATHERINE CAMERON WELLS 
Stagecoach Staff 3; Sigma-Mu 3; Belles Staff 4. 



KATHY WEST 



Glee Club 3, 4. 



DONNA KAY WETMORE 
Cold Cuts 4; YDC 4; Dramatics Club 4; Stagecoach Staff 4. 

BEVERLY ANNE WHITE 
Dramatics Club 3; YWCA 3, 4. 

JUDITH CORBIN WHITE 
YWCA 3, 4; YRC 4. 

MARY ROSE WILLIAMS 
Granddaughters' Club 3. 4; Belles Staff 4; YDC 4; Chemistry Ass't. 4. 

SUE REAVIS WILLINGHAM 
Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Letter Club 3. 4; Counselor 4; Honor Board 4; Tennis 
Team 3, 4. 

MARIAN HILLYER WOLFF 

Sigma-Mu 3; Counselor 4; Dramatics Club 4; Vestry 4; YWCA 4. 

SARAH McCALL WOODROOF 

Counselor 4; Sec. -Treas. of Sr. Dorm 4; Fire Lieutenant 4. 



MARY NEVITTSIMS 
Choir 3, 4; YWCA 3, Pres. 4; Muse Staff 3. 4; Language Lab Operator 
3, 4. 



BARBARA BACOT WRIGHT 
Dramatics Club 3, V.P. 4; Belles Staff 3, 4: Cold Cuts 4; YRC 4; St. 
Genesis 4. 



ADELAIDE RODMAN SNYDER 

Granddaughters' Club 3. 4. 



JENNIFER CAROLYN WRIGHT 
Glee Club 3, 4; YRC 3, 4; Drama Club 3. 



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"General Contractors" 
Cary, N.C. 



MEDLIN-DAVIS 

Cleaners of Distinction 

Cameron Village 

Gateway Plaza 

123 N. Salisbury St. 



THOMPSON-CADILLAC 
OLDSMOBILE INC. 

421 Fayetteville St. 
Dial TE 403311 



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BYNUM PRINTING 
COMPANY 



For Your Printing Needs 

Established 1921 

Commercial Printing Book Binding 

Steel Die Engraving Social Engraving 

119-121 W. Hargett St. 



Raleigh, N.C. 
Dial 832-6417 



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a new life to 
forge on 
shadows of 
things past 



1968-69 

a year of change 

and our '69 Stagecoach 

has been 

created 

with new impact 

thru appreciated efforts of 

mr. joe allegood & 

american yearbook co. 

beverly lett, a '67 jr., 

for opening verse 

torn schnabel, photography, 

haynes studio 

especially kathy cherry & 

staff 

a year's impressions 

have been revealed thru 

unusual layout effects 

the mood of pictures 

corner titles to identify 

each page 

a natural approach to may day 

alive 

for st. mary's, the yearbook 

is an 

artistic endeavor thru the 

creativity & active support 

of each 

involved individual. 



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